This is Tour Guide, a weekly recap of the concert news music fans don’t want to miss. Basically, run — don’t walk — to get these tickets.

Waterparks are taking INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY on an extensive tour in 2023

2023 is shaping up to be an eventful year in the world of Waterparks. With their highly anticipated fifth album, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, set to release in the spring, the band have announced their plans to embark on a tour across the country. Joining them for all shows is rising pop-punk group HUNNY, who dropped their Homesick EP this year. Since entering their vibrant new era, Waterparks have offered a taste of what's to come from their forthcoming LP with energetic singles including "FUCK ABOUT IT," "SELF-SABOTAGE" and "FUNERAL GREY." Catch the trio kick off the PROPERTY tour in Anaheim and play in their home state of Texas before wrapping it all up in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale Dec. 16 here—Anissa Sanchez

Bring Me The Horizon to celebrate the past and present with Post Human European tour 

For their upcoming Post Human European tour, British genre-benders (and AP Winter 2022 cover stars) Bring Me The Horizon are planning something truly special. With a lineup that features A Day To Remember as direct support, as well as up-and-comers POORSTACY and Static Dress, Bring Me The Horizon have curated the perfect lineup to reflect the power of both nostalgia and the progressive new era of modern music. As always, you can expect Bring Me The Horizon to perform a career-spanning set full of metalcore bangers, introspective ballads, and cyber-punk-inspired rock anthems, set to the backdrop of impressive onstage production and theatrics. Tickets are on sale now here. —Alessandro DeCaro

The Interrupters will embark on a co-headliner with Frank Turner in spring 2023

This past summer, the Interrupters dropped their vulnerable fourth studio album, In The Wild. After a slew of dates this summer and fall, the ska foursome will head out the door again in 2023. Kicking off April 20 in Portland, the band will trek across the U.S. until the tour’s conclusion June 3 in Anaheim, California. Frank Turner will co-headline on select dates throughout the run, and additional special guests will join in every city. Support includes Laura Jane Grace, Chuck Ragan, the Skints, HEPCAT and more. Tickets go on sale Dec. 16 at 10 a.m. local time here. —Neville Hardman

SZA sets out on her first stadium tour

SZA has massively ascended since the 2017 release of Ctrl. Not only has the album since gone triple platinum, but she dropped one of the best albums of 2022 with SOS, which is already breaking streaming records. To fit her mega-stardom, SZA is setting out on her first stadium tour. Similarly to how she announced and dropped SOS with little notice, the R&B artist announced the tour just days before tickets go on sale, and she hits the road in February 2023. Indie-pop artist Omar Apollo will be joining her, making for an absolutely perfect bill. The presale is on right now, and tickets become available to the general public Dec. 16 at noon local time. —Sadie Bell

$uicideboy$ are bringing their Grey Day tour to the U.K.

Earlier this year, $uicideboy$ completed a successful run of dates across the United States. Now, they’re bringing their signature brand of hardcore rap across the pond in the new year. This March, the New Orleans duo of Ruby da Cherry and $crim will continue their Grey Day tour in Helsinki, Finland and wrap up in Munich, Germany before the end of the month. Ski Mask The Slump God, Germ, Shakewell and Chetta are set to support. Grab tickets when they go on sale Dec. 16 at 10 a.m. local time. —Neville Hardman

Underoath pledge their Blind Obedience with stacked U.S. headline tour 

Seasoned post-hardcore veterans Underoath have announced the Blind Obedience tour for spring 2023 with progressive-metal outfit Periphery and U.K. metalcore newcomers Loathe. While Underoath’s spectacular ninth studio album, Voyeurist, isn’t even a year old yet, the band have revealed that they are already “actively” working on new music, and for this particular tour, they plan to let their most die-hard fans in on the creative process. For every VIP meet and greet, Underoath will host a “listening party” where fans can sample new material in “various stages of completion,” which only further proves how involved and engaged Underoath remain with their loyal fanbase. Tickets and VIP passes are available for purchase now here. Alessandro DeCaro

Touché Amoré to celebrate 15 years and four albums with two special hometown shows 

On February 10-11, at The Regent Theater in Los Angeles, hometown heroes Touché Amoré will celebrate 15 years as a band and highlight their beloved discography with curated full-album performances. On night one, Touché Amoré will blast through their fan-favorite sophomore album, Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me, as well as 2020’s Lament.  For night two, the band will perform their third LP, Is Survived By, which also happens to turn 10 years old next year, as well as their heartwrenching fourth album studio album, Stage Four. Tickets go on sale Dec.16 at 10 a.m. PST here. —Alessandro DeCaro

Caroline Polachek announces the Spiraling Tour with an impressive slate of guests

In support of her upcoming album Desire, I Want To Turn Into You, pop singer Caroline Polachek will head out on tour this spring across North America, after wrapping up a string of U.K. dates. It's some of the ethereal artist's biggest headlining shows yet, so it's safe to say fans can expect some divine choreography and theatrics. A whole myriad of indie favorite artists will be joining her for select dates, with George Clanton kicking off the tour, followed by Toro Y Moi, Sudan Archives, Magdalena Bay, Alex G, and Ethel Cain. Tickets go on sale Dec. 16 at 10 a.m. local time. —Sadie Bell